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Wow ... terrific colours and composition ... great!


Never mind the words ... just hum along and keep on going...

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Beautiful colors and exposure

 

I think if i was shooting that , I may have tried to avoid the foreground lamp


Regards,

Armando

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Very atmospheric - nicely captured.

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Thanks Chris and Armando. Armando, imo the foreground lamp is literally the centerpiece of the composition. Without it a less intriguing image would result. Just my personal opinion of course!

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Thanks Alan. This was shot near the office where I work, I knew the day would be foggy which is great for images like these so I walked up to this area of the business district and shot this image. 

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